Private Sector Alternatives in Urban Transportation

Studies | Government

No. 125
Thursday, January 01, 1987
by Gabriel Roth

Throughout the 20th century, in the United States and in countries around the world, people have increasingly turned to government to solve problems they believe cannot be solved through the private marketplace. In recent years, however, scholars have discovered that government solutions to social problems often do not improve upon the private solutions of the marketplace.

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